This is the "kick-off" film for the 16th. annual Calvary Christian Academy Food Drive. I is the first group project of the Digital Filmmaking class. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: CCA, Calvary Christian Academy, Fort Worth Texas, Golden Can, MisterMcAtCCA
Sort of a home movie. Occasionally, my family has a little reunion at the beach (Surfside, Texas) during the off season when things are real quiet and peaceful. This is a little compilation of some photos and video I took in the fall of 2009 set to a really nice piece of music. It relaxes me. Maybe it will do the same for you. Please write a review, good, bad or indifferent, Thanks! ( 1 reviews ) Topics: beach, Mr. Mc, McDaniel, Surfside, Kevin MacLeod
All Transcriptions are from the USS Bostwick DE-103 WWII, all discs are still in the original shipping container. Some of these shows are unavailable anywhere.I'll post more here as get them encoded.I hope everyone can enjoy these historic shows. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: OTR, WWII, AFRS, Comedy, Big Band, Swing, Jazz, Bill Boyd, Bob Wills, Mail Call, Yank Bandstand, At...
Whoa! This new digital dance track is a slammingly dope mix of ultrafresh loops and vintage video clips in a crazy mashup spinning the word on the science of sound and hearing. And how can you not definitely dig the always-outrageous free archive of public domain stock footage from The Prelinger Archive at archive.org? We totally nailed them up for some clips: -- How To Listen To New Dimensions in Sound (1957) -- How The Ear Functions (1940) -- Living Stereo (1958) Here's how it all went down:... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: prelinger mashup, sound, techno, dance, vintage, audio, hearing
A little mash up I did to entertain myself. Some of my friends think it's kind of funny. Watch and let me know what you think. Video is from Prelinger and other archive.org libraries and the music is by Kevin MacLeod (www.incompetech.com) PLEASE WRITE A REVIEW, GOOD, BAD, OR INDIFFERENT. It's the only way for me to know if anyone likes (or dislikes) this stuff. Thanks! ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Facebook, zombies, bowling, addiction, mash up
A mash up I made to entertain myself. WARNING! This might be offensive to some. If you are offended, well, good! Just kidding! Have a laugh. PLEASE WRITE A REVIEW! Thank you. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Global Warming, Sun, Al Gore, Obama, Eddie Albert, Green Acres, Hobbits, Scams
A mash up from Prelinger and other archive content. Music is by Kevin MacLeod, www.incompetech.com. I made this one evening when I just wanted to make something. It is just for fun. If you think you see any political, social, or other meaning in it please comment and/or review. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: What You Want, MisterMcAtCCA, mash up
'The Fiddler' (1975) 20m, dir. Marshall Riggan. This amazing film showcases an elderly East Texas fiddle maker and his wife. After his hand-crafted fiddle is finished, we discover that he's an amazing country fiddler, too. This 'lost' film was produced by Riggan for a religious organization. Later, under new management, the organization apparently decided that the film was more profane than sacred, and discarded or destroyed all remaining prints. ( 4 reviews )
Re-upload! Three partial programs of Art Ford's "Jazz Party" which aired on New York's WNTA from May 8, 1958 to December 25, 1958. 1. Coleman Hawkins (tenor sax), Alex Templeton (piano), Johnny Windhurst (trumpet), Maxine Sullivan (vocal), etc. - Air Date: September 18, 1958 2. Roy Eldrige, Buck Clayton (trumpet), Buster Bailey (clarinet), Osie Johnson (drums), Bill Henderson (vocal), etc. - Air Date: October 9, 1958 3. 'Tribute to Buddy Bolden': George Lewis (clarinet), Paul Barbarin... ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, WNTA, 1950's Television, Jazz, Live TV, Kinescope, 1958
Daft Inventions and daft people doing daft things. Very good, quite funny. Mostly people trying to fly with crazy idears to get them off the ground. ( 7 reviews ) Topics: kingwaylon, vintage movies, aviation, history of flight.
A Canticle for Leibowitz is a post-apocalyptic science fiction novel by American writer Walter M. Miller, Jr., first published in 1960. Based on three short stories Miller contributed to The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, it is the only novel published by the author during his lifetime. Considered one of the classics of science fiction, it has never been out of print and has seen over 25 reprints and editions. Appealing to mainstream and genre critics and readers alike, it won the... ( 13 reviews ) Topics: sci-fi, fantasy, futuristic, drama